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We are now enrolling for the 2016- 2017 school year for all NEW parish and non-parish students for preschool (18 months-4 years) through grade 6.
Parents registering a child for preschool through sixth grade will need a state-issued birth certificate, immunization record, social security card, baptismal certificate (if Catholic). A $175.00 registration fee is required for each child. Children entering kindergarten must be five years old on or before September 1st.
Parents registering a child for will need the same information listed above.Registration fee is $175 which includes supplies and snacks. Children registering for preschool must be 18 months of age by the first day of school.
Please call the school office at 783-6798 for more information.
The U.S. Department of Education named Immaculate Conception Catholic School in Fort Smith a 2013 National Blue Ribbon School. Immaculate Conception School is the first elementary school in Fort Smith, public or private, and the first Catholic school in Arkansas to receive this coveted award.
Since 1982, nearly 7,500 schools have received this coveted award. The National Blue Ribbon School award is considered the highest honor an American school can achieve.